Ted Michaelidis Named One of ENR California’s Top Young Professionals
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Each year, ENR California honors 20 workers under the age of 40 who are making a big splash in the construction industry. Already well established in their fields, these young professionals lead large-scale projects, supervise diverse teams, improve their communities and foster teamwork inside—and outside—their organizations. This year’s competition drew nearly 70 applicants.
Experienced in alternative delivery methods, Ted has become a leading project manager in the water and wastewater sector, having managed construction projects valued at more than $550 million.
Among his projects are the $141-million design-build-operate Davis Woodland Water Supply project—which won an award from the Design Build Institute of America—and the Wilsonville Wastewater Treatment Plant—a $37-million operate-design-build-operate job, which is the first ODBO project in Oregon.
“Ted creates a team culture where everyone is passionate about their work, they are all in pursuit of the same goal and they achieve it together,” says Roy C. Fazio, U.S. operations director – core water with MWH Constructors Inc.
To read more please click on the following link: Top Young Professionals Make Big Impact in Construction Industry